The bipartisan movement to “combat trafficking” was built on many of the same superficialities as the First Family, but everyone has their limit.
President Trump and his critics are falling into camps very reminiscent of a classic philosophical debate of the 1970s: two different conceptions of moral duty.
A Brazilian newspaper says private companies have illegally spent millions to put Jair Bolsonaro, a free-market homophobe who talks fondly of military dictatorship, into office.
Under former President Fujimori, over 200,000 women were violated—one of the largest such projects since Nazi Germany. His party is still in power.